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Intro & Chapter 9_Gases_post - CHM 11200 Spring 11...

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CHM 11200 Spring 11 Introduction & Chapter 9
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CHM 11200 Spring 2011 Professor: Dr. Cindy Harwood/Dr. Minou Bina BRWN 1144F; 494-7012 charwood@purdue.edu Course Supervisors: Mrs. Amanda Logue morriso6@purdue.edu See Mrs. Logue for ALL lecture issues. Mr. Adam Kraft krafta@purdue.edu See Mr. Kraft for ALL laboratory issues. Lectures: 1:30 or 2:30 pm in WTHR 200 2
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Professor Harwood Office Hours 3 Mondays 12 – 1 pm Thursdays 11 am – 12pm
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TEXTS/SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS To be purchased in the bookstores: (you may have these already) Introduction to CHEMISTRY, 2 nd Ed. by Bauer, Birk & Marks Chemistry 11200 Laboratory Manual (a carbonless, duplicate lab notebook is included in the package) A calculator with exponent, log, and square root functions A padlock (combination or key) for your lab drawer Safety Goggles Black Sharpie ® Pen for lab 4
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Important Websites for CHM 11200 Homework: CONNECT use the link on your lecture Blackboard page Lecture Notes – Blackboard http://www.itap.purdue.edu/tlt/blackboard/index.cfm (go to Purdue homepage, direct link to “blackboard” is under “ access purdue ” at the bottom right corner) Boilercast (lecture audio and overhead screen capture) http://www.itap.purdue.edu/tlt/Boilercast Purdue Academic Success Center http://www.purdue.edu/asc , and click “for students” Everything about Purdue Chemistry Department http://www.chem.purdue.edu/ , and click “for students” 5
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Important: Labs All CHM 11200 Labs Start This Week 6
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Important: Course Packet You are responsible for knowing the policies for CHM 11200 contained in this document 7
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Course Grade pp 5-7 Maximum 975 points + extra credit 3 highest announced lecture quizzes 15 Course Policy Review in lab 10 Lab Safety Certification (on-line) 15 CONNECT homework (best 14 of 15) 140 Labs (best 11 of 12 @ 20 pts each) 220 Exams (3 @ 125 points each) 375 Final Exam 200 Total 975 + undetermined extra credit points via unannounced class (or on-line) quizzes 8
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Course Grade After the Final Exam your course grade will be based on the following scale (provided a minimum of 9 labs have been COMPLETED): A: 878 pts or more (90.0%) B: 780 877 pts (80.0%) C: 683 779 pts (70.0%) D: 585 682 pts (60.0%) F: 0 – 584 pts (<60.0% or failure to complete a minimum of 9 labs) 9
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Three 60-minute, multiple-choice, evening exams will be held in the Elliott Hall of Music: Exam I: Mon., February 14 6:30 PM Exam II: Wed., March 9 6:30 PM Exam III: Mon., April 11 6:30 PM Final Exam: to be announced about midsemester Wait until you know the date of the final exam before you make travel plans that might conflict with the exam. Final exams will not be rescheduled to accommodate
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2011 for the course CHEM 112 taught by Professor Harwood during the Spring '11 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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